The way you choose to file your paperwork is entirely up to you. If you have the available closet space, an excellent and convenient way to file important papers is to use magazine holders, label them accordingly and line them up on the shelf for quick reference. An often forgotten set of needed paperwork is instructions and appliance pamphlets. Separate folders or holders should be created for them, too. So, if the microwave breaks or DVD player starts skipping, you'll know exactly where to go. Tip: For a budget-friendly filing solution, cut and paint cereal boxes to serve as repurposed magazine holders.
Colorful art and a clear shelf of books make this teen room more refined while remaining playful. The space features standard staples like fluffy blue and green throw pillows and a dark hardwood dresser that doubles as a night stand.
Using products like thin, velvet hangers, under-the-shelf baskets, stackable bamboo shoe shelves, clear plastic containers for accessories, fabric storage bins and a hanging scarf organizer will help maximize every square inch of a small closet without having to buy an entire closet system.
Warm lighting creates an inviting feel in this dining space. Shelf lighting illuminates the glass bottle wall drawing the attention in the room to the organized rows of green, brown and clear glass. Wood tables and chairs with wicker seat cushions line the floor below rows of recessed lighting and a spotted ceiling.
The re-branding of Hill Country Apothecary, clear and bold, was integrated into an architectural element-the super-graphic shelf-revitalized the strip mall storefront. Comfortable and uplifting unlike typical pharmacies, this multi-function space serves up a dose of handcrafted goods with modern style, enjoyed by the community of Lakeway, a small town on Lake Travis outside of Austin.
On this wall, designers used some of the homeowner's keepsakes (including vintage candleholders) as the starting point for a pretty display. The salvaged shelf on the radiator was sanded, clear coated, then embellished with gold foil. The little glass bottles on top were dipped in white paint, the embellished with gold foil as well.
This contemporary white living room with a light gray sectional features metallic accents to make a clean, bold statement. A white lamp sits on a clear acrylic end table while the oversized candle holders atop the marble coffee table add visual interest. The large metallic display shelf behind the sofa compliments the style of the space and frames the room.
The Apothecary includes a full-service retail pharmacy with products displayed on the steel, aluminum, and poplar wood super-graphic shelf that runs the full height and length of the glass storefront. The super-graphic combines the pharmacy's needs for clear and bold branding as well as ease of access to the products on display while allowing the daylight to filter through the entire space. The super-graphic manages direct southern light, adequately and naturally lighting the pharmacy interior while protecting sensitive items on the shelves. Materiality and form are carefully composed to create an uplifting and efficient workplace for daily pharmacy functions that are transparent to customers.
The design of the storefront for this apothecary is all about lifestyle, mixing a contemporary look with an old-world service culture. Prescriptions are hand crafted on-site where a clean discrete box allow patrons to view their medications being created, and fresh drinks are served by an in-store juice bar. Air and light quality were designed to take advantage of simple, sustainable and natural materials result in clean spaces to serve and be served in. The branding, clear and bold, was integrated into an architectural element-a supergraphic shelf-which revitalized the strip mall storefront. Comfortable and uplifting, unlike typical pharmacies, this multi-functional space serves up a dose of handcrafted goods with a modern style.